BCCI Selectors oppose Shubman Gill to join Team Rahul Dravid
BCCI Selectors oppose Shubman Gill to join Team Rahul Dravid: The team’s main selector MK Prasad is very excited about Yuva Shubman Gill because he feels that this talented batsman of Punjab is now ready for international cricket.
Young India batsman Shuvaman Shubman Gill has been selected in the ODI series against New Zealand after Australia. After the selection in the team,
Shubman Gill said that nothing can be better than starting his international career in New Zealand because 12 months ago he was selected as Player of the Tournament in the Under-19 World Cup. The team’s main selector MK Prasad is very excited about Yuva Shubman Gill because he feels that this talented batsman of Punjab is now ready for international cricket. He said, “Shubhaman is comfortable in both innings and batting in the middle. In the New Zealand series we are seeing him as the reserve player behind Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma. Whether he will play in the World Cup or not, I will not comment on this but he did a fantastic job as India’s opener in New Zealand. ”
Prasad said, “We discussed with Rahul Dravid that Shubhaman is ready for international cricket. The most important thing is to catch on A tour which has prepared all these players for big challenges. “Players such as Hanuma Vihari, Mayank Agarwal, Prithvi Shaw, Khalil Ahmed have also been very effective in international cricket, which makes Prasad quite happy. He said, “I regularly discuss the progress of the players with Ravi and Rahul. Just look, we have planned the progress of the players to the Ranji Trophy, from A team to the senior team. Look at Hanuma Vihari and Mayank Agarwal. ‘
MSK Prasad feels that Rishab Pant is heading towards becoming a “champion cricketer” and in the plan of the Indian team, surely for the 2019 World Cup campaign, with the ability to adapt itself to different formats of the game Are included. After resting the ODI series against Australia and New Zealand, there was speculation about his place in the England team, but Prasad unveiled the plans of the selection committee about